Co-working space in Rome is the most convenient option for independent workers. The Eternal city offers a variety of choices for different budgets and various requests, such as convenient location, parking, 24 hours access, private offices, and others.
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Following my experience, in the last 5 years, I visited more than 30 coworking spaces around Italy, and below is the rating with the best options:
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Talent Garden is one of the first and most famous coworking spaces in Italy. Following my experience, this is the best option for those who want to meet new people from different spheres.
Members can have exclusive access to the Talent Garden Innovation School, offering industry-leading training for all levels of experience, from new graduates to seasoned professionals. They have private parking, the possibility to rent a private office (different sizes, depending on the number of workers you have), 24-hours access, and a snack bar.
The nice bonus about Talent Garden is that they have locations in different countries around Europe.
My experience with coworking started in 2016 with the Talent Garden. My colleagues and I have been participating in different hackathons and innovation events that were held by TAG. I would highlight TAG workers’ professionalism and creative approach in everything they do. Moreover, if you want to meet young professionals from different spheres – Talent Garden is the best venue for it.
Coaster exists in Rome since 2013. It has space for more than 1500 coworkers. For a monthly fee, COASTER provides workspace, workshops, and a business matching service where a team of coworkers is formed to complete a specific project. Additionally, there is a “coffice” where guests can use the WiFi and purchase coffee and pastries on an hourly basis.
Wire Coworking is in Roma Ostiense inside the former Mulini Biondi. It is easily reachable both by car and by public transport. It is located a few meters from the Trastevere and Ostiense railway stations and the metro B Piramide. You can visit it from Monday to Friday, from 9.00 to 18.00.
The Wire is a flexible and functional work environment: 120 individual workstations equipped in open space, 10 private offices, 9 meeting rooms of different sizes, a kids’ room, a cafeteria with a fully equipped kitchen, a gym, a relaxation area, and various play areas.
UP Urban Places have more than 90 desks, Private Offices, and STARTUP rooms, 2 Meeting Rooms for 8/10 people, One Conference Room for 42/48 people, a Break/Lounge Area, Garden Area, etc.
The coworking space has a convenient location halfway between Tiburtina Station and the Pietralata Metro.
The ideal fusion of a business center and shared offices, the Bside is a modern shared workspace. Bside is the functional replacement for the traditional private office. It represents a brand-new way of working for those looking for a relaxed and welcoming setting where they can go on about their everyday business.
From my experience, this coworking has the most beautiful location, not far from Castel Sant’Angelo. Also, the place itself is wonderful and charming. The staff is professional, and you can find all the needed amenities to work in full comfort. Of all the coworking spaces I have visited in Rome, BSide is my favorite.
Workin Co has nice two offices in the Monteverde Vecchio area. The coworking is small but very cozy. In this coworking, the environment organized in an open space guarantees the right degree of privacy, reconciling concentration and, simultaneously, offering moments of sharing and lightness. The kitchen and large terrace are convenient for relaxing breaks, social lunches, meetings, events, and more.
In my opinion, this place is perfect for a small group of 3-5 people, who live close to the Monteverde area.
Millepiani is the winner of Rome’s Best Cowork, as awarded by Coworker.com. It is an open space of 400 square meters, which includes an event space (100 seats and projection screen), a meeting room (15 seats with plasma screen), and several desks for startups and coworkers.
A space for innovation, which promotes collaboration, serendipity, and a cross-disciplinary approach, an authentic platform to convey shape to new business ideas, expand your professional network, and strengthen your projects.
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Author: Kate Zusmann
For the last 10 years, I live in the Eternal City. Traveling, exploring new things, writing blogs, and shooting vlogs are my main hobbies, but the thing that I like even more is sharing my experience and thoughts with you! Explore Rome with Us :)
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